THATCamp University of Cincinnati – printable version- (pdf)
In other ‘unconferences’ I have attended, there is a chance for the participants to comment on the schedule – to indicate where they are seeing two concurrent sessions they wish to attend – and then a chance for the organizers to try to accommodate as many as possible. This is iterative – everyone needs to be in the same room, as resolving a conflict for one person may create a conflict for another. But it can be done, even with a group larger than ours, if time is set aside.
Yes! My most favoritest session (Sean’s Twitter session) is scheduled at the same time as mine. Twitter figures into my class significantly, as well as a conference paper I am working on, and I really need to skip my own session to go to his.
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